The Foundling Museum

The Foundling Museum
40 Brunswick Square, London, WC1N 1AZ
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7 Week Criminal And Forensic Psychology Course

Hosted at the Foundling Museum, the site of Britain's first orphanage for abandoned children. This course runs for 7 weeks, 6.30pm - 8.30pm each week from the 28th March. Each week, you'll learn: Week 1: Why Do Some People Become Criminals? Week 2: Why You Can't Trust Your Memory Week 3: Psychopaths Week 4: Cult…

Tue 28 Mar

Wed 29 Mar

Thu 30 Mar

…and 29 more dates until 28 Apr

Bach To Baby

Baby-friendly concerts for you and your little one to enjoy together. Children are allowed to listen to music the way they want, while you can enjoy performances by top-class musicians.

Thu 6 Apr

£12 / 020 7841 3600

Folk At The Foundling: Jimmy And Sid & Samantha Whates

Acclaimed folk duo Jimmy and Sid perform a double-bill with singer-songwriter Samantha Whates. Jimmy and Sid (Jimmy Aldridge and Sid Goldsmith) have fast built a reputation for their arresting and moving performances of traditional and original folk song from the British Isles. Their sensitive musical arrangements and…

Foundling Sunday

Talk on 18th century mothers from Dr Rebecca Davies. Followed by a piano recital from Gisela Meyer.

Sun 2 Apr

Free-£8.25 / 020 7841 3600

Live Music, Classical.

Knots & Ropes

Learn how to tie knots and make your own skipping rope in this family workshop. Suitable for ages 5+.

Fri 7 Apr

Free / 020 7841 3600

Mark Neville: Child's Play

Photographs intended to generate debate about the complex issue of children's play.

Sun 26 Mar

£10.25 (£7.50; under 16s free) / 020 7841 3600

Tue 28 Mar

£10.25 (£7.50; under 16s free) / 020 7841 3600

Wed 29 Mar

£10.25 (£7.50; under 16s free) / 020 7841 3600

…and 28 more dates until 30 Apr

Play Photography

Work collaboratively with photographer Marysa Dowling to build a play area out of recycled household materials. Taking inspiration from Mark Neville’s project Child’s Play, families are photographed playing within their newly-created space. Suitable for ages 5+.

Tue 4 Apr

Free / 020 7841 3600

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